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  1. Participatory risk assessment for harvesting of impala (Aepyceros melampus) and the distribution of by-products
    Ramrajh, Shashikala, 2013-09-07T04:51:03Z, University of Pretoria
    The demand for the control of safe food, from consumers the world over, has revolutionized the manner in which wild game meat harvesting occurs. In developed countries, food quality, food and human safety with quality controlling systems embracing environmental carbon footprint issues are constantly ...
  2. The effect of feed processing and feed texture on bodyweight, feed conversion and mortality in male broilers
    Van Biljon, Nicolaas Johannes, 2013-09-06T15:11:32Z, University of Pretoria
    A study was carried out to evaluate the effect of feed processing (pelleting) on bodyweight, feed conversion and mortality in male broilers. Pelleted feed was compared to mash feed with the same specification. In addition, the effect of feed texture (feed particle size) on bodyweight, feed conversio ...
  3. Reward Optimisation: The case for employer branding
    Horn, Johan Andries, 2019-02-22T10:59:52Z, University of Cape Town
    Orientation In competitive global markets, it is becoming ever-more challenging to attract and retain talented employees that possess scarce skills critical to the sustained success of an organisation. Technological advancement and the changing nature of the work has exponentially increased the de ...
  4. Die bydrae van enkele liggaamlike opvoedkundiges tot die ontwikkeling van die vak in Suid-Afrika vanaf die begin van die twintigste eeu / Rosalie Irene de Klerk
    De Klerk, Rosalie Irene, 2013-10-29T13:28:27Z, Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education
    The main objective of this study was to document, systematize and analyse the contributions of some leading Physical Educationists to the establishment and development of Physical Education in South Africa. The main methodological approach used to realise this objective was the historical-analytical ...
  5. The behaviour of financial ratios for capital intensive and labour intensive enterprises during an upswing and decline phase of the economic cycle
    Bloom, Jonathan,1976-, 2012-08-27T11:35:01Z, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University
    Dissertation (PhD)--University of Stellenbosch, 2001. ...
  6. Evaluation of the learning environment of teaching hospitals of twin cities in Pakistan
    Khan, Muhammad Nasir Ayub, 2015-01-13T11:47:39Z, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University
    Thesis (MPhil)--Stellenbosch University, 2014. ...
  7. Small enterprise growth : the critical role of the owner - manager a case study of the construction sector in Gauteng, South Africa
    Musabayana, Joni, 2013-02-27T08:53:57Z
    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and the role that they play in the economy have been widely studied. SMEs are of particular interest because they are seen as greatly contributing to innovation, economic competitiveness, equity and redistribution, employment creation. Given the positive role t ...
  8. Developing a sustainable missionary programme for black South African churches : an analysis of the role that churches in black community are playing in terms of their missionary obligation
    Khauoe, Jonas Molefetsane, 2013-09-06T15:44:18Z
    The concern is often expressed that African churches in general seem to have failed to become self propagating churches – missional churches – that are not living up to the commandment of Jesus Christ to proclaim the gospel of his love to all people in the world. The thesis entitled: Developing a su ...
  9. Small enterprise growth : the critical role of the owner - manager a case study of the construction sector in Gauteng, South Africa
    Musabayana, Joni, 2013-02-27T08:53:57Z
    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and the role that they play in the economy have been widely studied. SMEs are of particular interest because they are seen as greatly contributing to innovation, economic competitiveness, equity and redistribution, employment creation. Given the positive role t ...
  10. Ek (-spreker) in Die ysterkoei moet sweet van Breyten Breytenbach
    Roodt, P.H. (Pieter Hendrik), 2013-09-06T20:18:43Z, University of Pretoria
    In hierdie studie ondersoek ek die ek-spreker in Breyten Breytenbach se debuutbundel. Om hierdie doel te verwesenlik, het ek "n verteenwoordigende aantal gedigte uit die drie afdelings van die bundel in die ondersoek betrek en die ek-spreker in die gedigte nagegaan. Daar bestaan verskil van mening d ...